weakling that I am, I think I will give Clinton the benefit of the doubt one last time.
And no wonder they despise Obama, who they view as a weakling, a loser, and a pushover.
So, hearing the ways of Po-yi, the fool grows honest, and the weakling's purpose stands.'
His strong arms and legs and powerful neck show that he is no weakling.
To think that he should have taken up with such a weakling as Susan Posey!
I asked, arousing from this unmanly despair which played me for a weakling.
The high silk hat is among bells what the weakling is among men of conviction.
The weakling smiled across the table at the wife with the soft eyes.
"Aw, let go," said Sebastian savagely, for he was no weakling.
And it was the small, weakling steward that brought it about.